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Noël Hallé, Antiochus dictant ses dernières volontés, 1738, etching. Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen’s University. Purchase, W. McAllister Johnson Fund, 1992, (35-014.02)
James McArdell, Petit Garçon à la Toupie, 1756, engraving and mezzotint. Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen’s University. Purchase, George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund and W. McAllister Johnson Fund, 1983 (26-006.02)
James McArdell, Petite Fille au Bilboquet, 1756, engraving and mezzotint. Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen’s University. Purchase, George Taylor Richardson Memorial Fund and W. McAllister Johnson Fund, 1983 (26-006.01)
Josiah Boydell after Michelangelo di Campidoglio, A Fruit Piece, 1779, hand-coloured and hand-printed mezzotint and etching. Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen’s University. Purchase, W. McAllister Johnson Fund, 2009 (52-014)
Richard Earlom after Michelangelo di Campidoglio, A Fruit Piece, 1776, hand-coloured and hand-printed mezzotint and etching. Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen’s University. Purchase, W. McAllister Johnson Fund, 2009 (52-015)
Two of a Kind: Pendant Prints in Eighteenth-Century Europe
Frances K. Smith Gallery
7 January–9 April 2017

Winter Season Launch: 19 January 2017
Co-curated by W. McAllister Johnson and Jacquelyn N. Coutré

Two of a Kind: Pendant Prints in Eighteenth-Century Europe explores the phenomenon of pendant prints, which decorated fashionable homes in Enlightenment-era Europe. Spanning a variety of subjects, artists, and techniques, these prints examine the aesthetic and intellectual impact of displaying twinned works of art while also highlighting some of the century’s most accomplished printmakers.

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